In total 16,589,649 votes were cast by the public over the two-month period, with Estepona coming on top with 571,778.
It will be joined by Mijas, another Malaga province, which came in tenth with 189,754 votes.
“This is the second time that the public has had the opportunity to decide the contents of a Spanish Monopoly edition. This time there has been a huge number of participants and we are proud to be one of the few countries in the world with our own Monopoly board,” said Ignacio Gaitán, marketing director at Hasbro Iberia.
The special edition is set to hit shops just in time for Christmas.
Interestingly the small towns of Pedroso and Arevalillo de Cega, also made the final list despite having under 200 inhabitants between them.
The complete line up is: Estepona, Alcobendas, Alcorcón, San Fernando, Elda, Utrera, Cartagena, Torrejón de Ardoz, Paterna, Mijas, Logroño, Guadalajara, Linares, Boadilla del Monte, Ponferrada, Zaragoza, Salamanca, Elche, Mérida, Alicante, Pedroso and Arevalillo de Cega.